The new Atlanta Falcons stadium has been a big story in Atlanta. Mac and Jason invited the Mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, in the studio to talk about that issue as well as the Atlanta […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-Plans for the location of the new Falcons Stadium may have to be revamped if a deal isn’t made soon. Friendship Baptist Church has rejected the city’s $15.5 million dollar offer, and is repeatedly […]
SAVANNAH, Ga. AP/WAOK)- Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday as part of a panel to discuss the Edward Snowden national security case. When asked about the Paula Deen issue […]
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Georgia officials say they’re taking a closer look at having state taxpayers pay a larger upfront share to begin deepening the waterway to the bustling Port of Savannah. The nation’s fourth […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Mayor Kasim Reed praised the city of Atlanta for hosting men’s basketball championships for all three divisions of the NCAA. The mayor said Tuesday that a preliminary review shows about 100,000 visitors […]
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta City Council has voted to approve a financing plan to build a new stadium in downtown Atlanta. City Council Monday voted 11-4 to approve using city hotel-motel tax revenue to […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Officials say financing terms have been reached for the Atlanta Falcons’ $1 billion stadium proposal, keeping the team’s home games in the city’s downtown. The City Council must now vote on the […]
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where Occupy Atlanta has been occupying have contracted drug-resistant tuberculosis.
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) — Atlanta’s mayor is now dealing with the wrath of the Tea Party. Atlanta Tea Party co-founder Julianne Thompson is calling out Mayor Kasim Reed, saying he was implicitly encouraging “Occupy Atlanta” through his […]
Fifty-three Occupy Atlanta protestors were taken into custody early Wednesday morning in Woodruff Park, nearly a day after revoking an executive clause that had allowed the protestors to camp overnight, citing safety and financial concerns.